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Coconut Oil Health Benefits Are Actually a Myth

Coconut oil’s health benefits are a myth !! Know Here how

Coconut oil’s health benefits are a myth !! Know Here how. Coconut oil, which is high in saturated fat, a type of fat that most nutritionists agree is unhealthy. Essentially, its ratio of “bad” to “good” fats is the opposite of what experts recommend.   The American Heart Association recently updated its guidelines on fats to

Tips and advice on how to prepare for an interview

Tips and advice on how to prepare for an interview

Tips and advice on how to prepare for an interview . Before heading out for a job interview, make sure you are dressed in solid colours and appropriate attire, suggest experts. Tips For Interview: Here are some tips which will help you for a job interview: * Make sure your clothes are clean and properly

Painkillers could raise heart attack risk

Know here!! How Painkillers could raise heart attack risk

Know here!! How Painkillers could raise heart attack risk. Most of the people used Painkiller in their daily life . Commonly used painkillers such as Motrin, Advil and Aleve might increase your risk for heart attack, even in the first week of use. While using painkiller people do not know the side effects of the

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How to Remove under eye dark circles in few days?? Click Here

Dark Circles are considered as a major disaster for beautiful eyes. They are not aesthetically appealing. Dark Circles are caused by deficiencies, especially of vitamin B12 and Iron. They are caused due to Poor sleep, inadequate diet and excess intake of stress and salt. 1. Almond Oil A completely natural ingredient that benefits skin around

How alcohol consumption increases during stress

New York: Increased stress can cause changes in brain’s reward centre, which may then lead to a rise in alcohol consumption, a study, with implications to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), has found. In the study, researchers used a rat model to explore the relationship between stress signalling and addictive substance use. Rodents that had been

How young adults decide when they are drunk ‘enough’

How young adults decide when they are drunk ‘enough’ New York: College students go on drinking until they attain a certain level of drunkenness, after which they adjust the pace of their drinking by sipping as opposite to gulping in the beginning, a study has found. Young people decide whether they’ve had enough to drink

How teenagers learn differently than adults

New York: An adolescent’s ability to learn and form memories is closely linked to the reward-seeking behaviour of the brain, researchers have found. “Studies of the adolescent brain often focus on the negative effects of teenagers’ reward-seeking behaviour,” said Daphna Shohamy, Associate Professor of psychology at New York’s Columbia University. However, the study found that

How Shahgar Thakkar pulled off a Special 26 on Americans

THANE: A 23-year-old Mumbaikar  Shahgar Thakkar aka  Shaggy  have scripted biggest tele fraud in Indian history till now .The mastermind Shaggy has  made nearly Rs 500 crore in one year by duping several Americans till his game was busted by a peeved employee. Mastermind Shaggy ran three call centres that were collectively shoplifting around Rs

How attractive you look depends on your company

London: Your beauty may depend on the person who is standing next to you and how good he or she is looking in comparison, researchers say. The study showed that a person can be ranked higher on a scale of attractiveness only when he or she is compared alongside a less attractive person, and not

Not bothered how many kisses there are in Vikram Bhatt’s film: CBFC chief

Mumbai: Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani has lashed out at the Bhatt camp of Bollywood, saying accusing the censor board ahead of the release of their films has become a “marketing tool” of sorts for them.Recently, Vikram Bhatt had claimed the CBFC had told him to cut down the usage of

How to keep smart cars safe from hacking

New York: A team of student researchers in the US created a security protocol to protect from cyber attacks smart cars with GPS, Bluetooth and internet connections. In 2015, two researchers remotely hacked a Jeep Cherokee and controlled everything — from the car’s radio and media console to its brakes and steering. “These cars have

How to keep smart cars safe from hacking

New York: A team of student researchers in the US created a security protocol to protect from cyber attacks smart cars with GPS, Bluetooth and internet connections. In 2015, two researchers remotely hacked a Jeep Cherokee and controlled everything — from the car’s radio and media console to its brakes and steering. “These cars have

How HIV disrupts immune system revealed

Washington: HIV-infected people whose immune systems made neutralising antibodies have similar immune alterations, or perturbations, as found in individuals with autoimmune disease, revealed a study. According to the study published in Journal Science Immunology, the researchers found several key immune differences that should help in the development of a how-to manual for an effective vaccine.

Here’s how to re-ignite passion in your bedroom

New York: Has the fire of passion that kept you awake all night in the initial years after marriage all but died down? Don’t fret any more even if it has, for there are ways that couples can sustain – or relight – their passion, new research suggests. Just be a little more responsive to

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How to wear khadi in monsoon

New Delhi: Monsoon calls for more maintenance of outfits – be it stains or drying. Working professionals, who have little or no time for so much fuss, should opt for khadi to go easy this rainy season, says an expert. Designer Purvi Doshi, who has been working on only natural fabrics, shares how you can

How to bag it up during the monsoon?

New Delhi: If you are bag lover, but wary of using your best ones during the monsoon season, try using plastic and acrylic bags in gloss finish and avoid the cloth variety, says an expert. Shrila Jhaveri, Co-founder of TheBagTales, a contemporary accessory label which offers exquisite and luxurious hand bags, clutches, slings, wristlets and

How West Nile virus triggers memory loss

New York: Opening the door to potential new treatments for West Nile virus infection, researchers have discovered how the most severe forms of the mosquito-borne illness cause memory loss and mood disorders. Half of patients who survive the most damaging kind of West Nile infection often go on to develop memory loss, learning difficulties, a

Jhansi women send strong message on how to protect trees

Jhansi: If you take to the roads of Bundelkhand, you will be captivated by the lush growth of trees — and the messages on them: “Don’t cut me”, “We are your life”, “Save me”. The idea to help save the trees in this region originated from seven young women of Jhansi who launched an initiative.

How to manage diabetes during fasting

New Delhi: Diabetic patients who fast during Ramadan are likely to be at risk of major health complications. Hence they should fast only if their doctors consider them fit enough, experts say. The month-long period that is typically marked by long fasting hours during daylight hours is followed by grand feast each evening after sunset